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are become are notes at the pool. how sharia law is changing everything. >> jon: it's changing everything and probably not for the better. while i don't know what sharia law is i know it's muslim-y. and if fox is talking about it it's going to destroy the nation. >> a ymca in st. paul is starting a swim group for muslim girls but special considerations have to be made to keep with religious beliefs. >> jon: oh, my god! special considerations. everything has changed. [ laughter ] wait, what has changed? >> during the one hour class is pool is shut down, men's locker room is locked and female lifeguards are brought in. >> jon: oh, my god everything has changed. dogs walk babies, dancing makes you sad. tears come out of your ears and snot comes out of your butt which is not how it is now, i can tell that you. [ laughter ] actually though it seems like the only thing that has changed because of sharia law is one ymca pool's schedule white board. it seems like the only thing. i could see how that that could be traumatic. first they came for our tuesday synchronized aqua dance andy not speak ou
of sharia law is one ymca pool's schedule white board. it seems like the only thing. i could see how that that could be traumatic. first they came for our tuesday synchronized aqua dance andy not speak out. [ laughter ] -- aqua dance, and i did not speak out -- [laughter] because i prefer water exercise with a pool noodle. what is it like to live in that world of pure fear and despair where every inconsequential change in what was becomes a harbinger of a apoke lips where only muslims can swim and the sidewalk game where decent law abiding white folk are randomly knocked out has replaced baseball as the favorite pasttime. >> a new battle in the war on christmas. >> the war on christmas. >> the is school district that is saying faith based tunes have no place in the elementary school. >> the majority of americans celebrate christmas so everybody should have the right to enjoy the season without the interference of a few bah humbug bullies. >> jon: how can i enjoy my christmas when i know a little boy isn't forced to sing oh, little town of bethlehem. >> sarah palin has a new book out
is leaving with all his laws about where you can smoke and what soda you can buy. >> i drink big soda and smoke where i want. i'm a rich person. here i am at the museum of natural history. >> jon: you are inside -- >> i'm a donor i can pet the taxidermy. >> jon: that's a maternity ward. i was handing out cigars to babies. here i am seeing how the other half live. >> jon: that's my house. >> i come and go as i please. you are out of whole milk, q-tips, half a frozen turkey and you have to replace your pillow cases. >> jon: what did you do? >> a private event weapon masks -- a private event with masks. the party is over. i've leaving for brighter shores singapore is letting us hunt the homeless. unless new york would like to woo us back. may a suggest a counter offer. >> jon: from your quilled bic pen. this also says hunt the homeless. >> i cannot emphasize how many we want to hunt homeless. >> jon: that's not going to happen. >> farewell or shall i say ó8]÷ál-xj,íj ,96z 0úxhçhç4=4=p%u [cheers and applause] >> jon: welcome back my guest tonight is say longtime univision anchor. h
in an egypt where, you know, under emergency law you can't have more than four or five people meeting and talking about politics. this was unheard of. it was an incredible feeling. >> jon: it was for 30 years people lived under this regime under mubarak. >> exactly, yeah. >> jon: you make the film. it goes to sundance and is an enormous hit. this was when? >> that was january of this year. yeah. 2013. >> jon: so your film is a hit. >> won the aawed audience award. the people spoke. >> jon: the people spoke and you realize they are going to have another revolution there. what do you do? >> we went back. this happened as we were on our way to sundance. all of our characters were in the streets saying morsi is using the tools of democracy to create another dictatorship and we couldn't end the story there because it was continuing. as it continues today. people are still fighting. people have just been thrown in jail again. we basically go back, continue filming, reedit the film and open it in toronto. >> jon: the crazy thing now is -- so the people that have come together, now the divisi
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